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July  2015 |
 Vol 57 | Issue 6 (Supplement)

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Foreward
Women Mental Health: Reflections from India
Women constitute half of the World's population so women's health is as important as men's health. God gave to the woman the special gift to procreate. She gets pregnant, delivers, breast feeds and nu...
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Editorial
Women and mental health: Bridging the gap
"…You are the gates of the body, and you are the gates of the soul" -Walt Whitman Being a woman and playing the various roles which modern society has to offer, has been a challenge taken up ...
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Review Article
Women and mental health in India: An overview
Gender is a critical determinant of mental health and mental illness. The patterns of psychological distress and psychiatric disorder among women are different from those seen among men. Women have a ...
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Guest Editorial
Women mental health in India
"The reason firm, the temperate will,Endurance, foresight, strength, and skill;A perfect woman, nobly planned,To warn, to comfort, and command." William Wordsworth. Why talk of women mental health?...
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Review Article
The Indian "girl" psychology: A perspective
India has one of the fastest growing youth populations in the world. Girls below 19 years of age comprise one-quarter of India's rapidly growing population. In spite of India's reputation for respecti...
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